Many not-for-profit organizations and higher education institutions have implemented enterprise risk management (ERM) programs in recent years. In doing so, organizations have experienced both successes and failures, and are revising and reinvigorating their ERM programs based on these learnings to better align and integrate with strategic planning, improve responses to key risks and opportunities, and enhance engagement among both management and trustees. The COVID-19 pandemic has increased focus and urgency in establishing, expanding and refining ERM programs, and using them as a resource for evaluating organizational resiliency.
This webcast will focus on lessons learned and common challenges organizations face when taking their ERM program to the next level, including topics such as strategic alignment, establishing risk appetite and engaging with the board.
- Identify key characteristics of a robust ERM program
- Define common challenges organizations face related to their ERM programs
- Identify opportunities to improve the effectiveness, impact and engagement related to ERM activities
Please note: CPE credits are not awarded for webcast replay.
Recommended Field of Study:
- Matthew Lerner, Managing Director, Advisory Services, Grant Thornton LLP
- Yvette Connor, Strategic Risk Services Leader, Risk Advisory Services, Grant Thornton LLP
- Julie Reyburn, Director of Risk Management, American Jewish World Service
- Jennifer Davidson, Chief Financial Officer, Sacramento Municipal Utility District
- Russell Mills, Director of Risk Management & Treasurer, Sacramento Municipal Utility District
Group - Internet
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